For his part, Secretary of Defense James Mattis is far more concerned with Iran.
For my part, I’m not as concerned about Iranian nukes as the Secretary of Defense Mattis.
Iran is made up of a mullah driven theocracy of uneducated people still living in the seventh-century.
With the little fat guy with the bad haircut, we are dealing with “Batshit Crazy.”
This little prick could be dealt with in a BLACK OP by a single shot from a well-hidden sniper.
In a Black OP what is alleged to have happened didn’t, no records available, no commands given.
Crack and the melon separates from his fat little body.
Iran was “the single biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world,” making his first comments on the country a day after the Trump administration imposed fresh sanctions over a ballistic missile test.
Iran and the United States have been in a tit-for-tat exchange since US President Donald Trump signed an executive order on January 27 to temporarily ban nationals of seven Muslim-majority nations, including Iran, from entering the United States.
Iran fired a ballistic missile two days after the announcement and vowed to implement reciprocal measures to the ban.
At the present time, North Koreas missile development program is a joke with continued launch failure. (Source)
It’s going to take China to slap the crap out of the fat little ruler Kim Jon into keeping him from starting WW III.
Friday, March 31, 2017
The Treasury Department slapped sanctions on 11 North Koreans and one company Friday over Pyongyang’s nuclear-weapons program and violations of U.N. Security Council resolutions.
“Today’s sanctions are aimed at disrupting the networks and methods that the government of North Korea employs to fund its unlawful nuclear, ballistic missile, and proliferation programs,” said Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin.
He said the sanctions “underscore this administration’s commitment to countering the threat to the United States, to our allies, and to stability on the Korean peninsula and in the wider Asia Pacific region posed by the Kim regime in Pyongyang.”
Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control targeted North Korean nationals working as agents of the regime in Russia, China, Vietnam, and Cuba to provide financial support or procurement services for weapons of mass destruction, in violation of U.N. resolutions.
Under the sanctions, any property or interests in property of the designated persons must be blocked.
Among those designated are Jang Sung Nam, chief of a Chinese branch of the Tangun Trading Corp., which was sanctioned in 2009 for its involvement in North Korea’s WMD and missile programs.
Also targeted was Han Jang Su, chief representative in Moscow of North Korea’s primary foreign exchange bank.